noun Chiefly British.
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The Greatcoat By Helen Dunmore A Royal Air Force coat leads a young bride into an affair with a long-dead ghost.
One cold night, Isabel finds an old Royal Air Force greatcoat in the cupboard and pulls it into bed to warm herself.
I popped my ten officers in, and went off with the Brigade-Major's greatcoat in my hurry!
I have some looted straw on the clay, and here I sit and shiver, with my greatcoat and a blanket and mud up to my eyes.
He hadn't taken nothin' from the till—hadn't even put on his greatcoat—so it was quite clear he warn't gone to 'Merriker.The Pickwick Papers|Charles Dickens
Without even putting on his greatcoat, he went down the snowy path now, unlocked the box, and took out a letter.A Very Naughty Girl|L. T. Meade
He hustled the old shepherd out of his dripping plaid and greatcoat and spread them to the blaze.Greyfriars Bobby|Eleanor Atkinson